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The syndrome of prostatitis


The prostate (prostatic gland) is an inner male sex organ. Thus, prostatitis is an inflammatory condition of the prostate.

It is currently known that prostatitis is not a single disease and that it includes several clinical forms. The most frequently found forms of prostatitis are the non-bacterial (or abacterial) prostatitis and prostatodynia. The acute bacterial and the chronic bacterial forms are infrequent. As to the acute or chronic bacterial prostatitis, their causative factors are pyogenic bacteria: Escherichia coli, staphylococcus, proteus etc. Numerous studies performed to find out the causes of prostatitis suggest that fungi, anaerobes, trichomonas, viruses, mycoplasma, ureaplasma and chlamydia are excluded as the etiological factors of prostatitis.

Whatever is the type of prostatitis, its triggering factor is always the congestion of secretion in the prostate. However, factors resulting in prostate congestion are numerous: focal infection (caries, tonsillitis, maxillitis etc.), dysrhythmia in the sexual activity, alcohol abuse, smoking and other adverse habits.

The symptoms of prostatitis are: frequent urination, imperative surges for urination, weak urine jet, "pressing out" of urine by the end of urination, pain in the perineum and above the pubic area, incomplete and unstable erection, and premature ejaculation.

Therapies for prostatitis include the use of ECADO, which is physiologically substantiated, very effective and quite safe. ECADO is rapidly absorbed. Camphora comprised by it is secreted by the prostatic gland in its native form and liquefies the secretion of the prostate. This facilitates its rapid excretion. At the same time, the natural viscosity and bactericidal activity of the secretion recover. The most expressed bactericidal activity of Ecado is targeted against the pyogenic microflora. The flow of blood and lymph becomes restored.

The preparations of Ecado are used in the forms of highly dispersed emulsions and rectal suppositories. The most bioavailable form is ECADO emulsion. The emulsion is administered for up to 2 months (1-2-3 packages), and the suppositories, for 20 to 40 months (1-2-3 packages). Treatment duration may be different depending on the severity of the disease. In cases of acute bacterial prostatitis, it is reasonable to additionally prescribe antibiotics of the fluoroquinolone series. For preventive purposes, rectal suppositories ECADO are used by 20-days courses. Three such courses annually are recommended.

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